2013-14: Appeared in first full professional season with Worcester…Carried season-long four-game point streak from March 9-16 with one goal and three assists…Was one of five players to score a shorthanded goal.
2012-13: Scored his first professional goal (Zatkoff) on April 19 at Wilkes-Barre Scranton… Made professional debut with Worcester on April 9 at Bridgeport and recorded his first professional point (assist)…Led the NCAA in points (53), 13th in goals (20) and 3rd in assists (33)…Was named to both the All-WCHA Second Team as well as the All-WCHA Academic Team…Was named Colorado College’s MVP and a co-recipient of the team’s playoff MVP award…Set career highs in games played (41; tied), assists, points and plus/minus (+10)…Recorded 5-5=10 in six postseason games…Scored the game-winning goal in the WCHA semifinal vs. Minnesota…Named an alternate captain for his senior season.
2011-12: T-8th in the nation in goals (23) and 3rd in points per game (1.36 PTS/GP)…Led the team in goals (a career high) and finished 2nd in points (one behind brother Jaden)…Named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week three time.
2010-11: 3rd on the team in points (38) and T-2nd in plus/minus (+3)…T-2nd on the team in assists (28)…Factored in on eight game-winning goals, scoring one and assisting on a teamhigh seven…Named co-recipient of the team’s playoff MVP award…Compiled 5-4=9 in seven postseason games.
2009-10: Named to the WCHA All-Rookie Team…3rd in scoring (28 points), both overall and in conference play, amongst WCHA freshmen…Involved in the game-winning goal in 10 of Colorado College’s 19 victories…T-3rd on Colorado College in points (28).
2008-09: Won the SJHL scoring title and was named league MVP after compiling 88 points (39-49=88) in 48 games with Notre Dame…Posted 1-1=2 in four games with Canada West in the U19 World Junior “A” Challenge.